March '18

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72 • RV PRO • March 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T T here's no shortage of cleaning and holding tank prod- ucts on the RV market, but no one does them quite like Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Bio-Kleen. That's likely because owners Tim and Tracy Lynn Kowalski live the RV lifestyle, spending the majority of their time on the road while they research and develop new products. In fact, they're on the road so much they only took a couple days off to get married last May at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. "We were on the road working and stopped for a day or two to get married and then we were on the road again," says Tracy Lynn Kowalski, Bio-Kleen's vice president and sales and marketing director. "It's our life and what we love to do. It's our passion. We want to make sure everyone hears word about Bio-Kleen because it makes their life a lot easier." Until last year, the couple spent 300 nights a year in the RV traveling around the U.S. and Canada for shows, according to Tim Kowalski, Bio-Kleen's president, CEO and chemist. He says the couple attended 37 events across the country. "We are living the lifestyle and doing the R&D along the way, so when I see a problem area I can either test or tweak Bio-Kleen's Road Warriors The couple behind the cleaning and holding tank products live the RV lifestyle and use the products they create. By Darian Armer PHOTOS COURTESY OF BIO-KLEEN Tim and Tracy Lynn Kowalski took a couple of days out of one of their busy trips in 2017 to get married at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. The couple are pictured in front of their motorhome, which they travel in extensively.

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